Cummins engines have been an option in RAM pickups since 1989. For more than 25 years, Cummins worked with RAM to provide drivers the toughest, most reliable trucks on the road. From the beginning, Mid Lane in Eugene OR., has been servicing all Cummins engines.
Chrysler initially launched the RAM in 1981. Facing stiff competition from Ford and General Motors, RAM needed something unique to carve out its niche.
Cummins and Chrysler officials recognized the mutual benefit of incorporating the new Cummins B-series engine into the RAM. Cummins was a known leader in commercial vehicles, and the B-series represented the company’s first move into the medium-duty pickup arena.
Dodge masterfully engineered the RAM to accommodate the size and power of the Cummins turbo diesel engine, and the first Cummins-powered RAM hit the streets in 1989. With 400 pounds-feet of torque, it roared past the competition. This was the start of a powerful relationship.
The Cummins-RAM partnership grew through the years…
- 1989: introduced first Cummins-powered RAM
- 1996: exceeded 200-horsepower
- 2001: surpassed 500-pound-feet torque
- 2007: launched 6.7-liter, 350-horsepower engine
- 2013: reached 385-horsepower, 850 pounds-feet torque
From the 5.9-liter, 160-horsepower beginnings to the 6.7-liter, 385-horsepower engines available in today’s RAM pickups, Cummins and RAM lead the way in innovation, power and durability. Mid Lane Truck Repair in Eugene Oregon leads the way in repair, service and maintenance of all diesel engines.
As a leader in diesel performance, engine repair and service, at Mid Lane Truck Repair in Eugene Oregon we have become aware of the most common problems in popular diesel brands, such as the Dodge Cummins. Many Dodge Cummins owners have seen the effects of a bad high-pressure pump in their diesel engine. Whether you have dealt with a hard start, knocks in your engine, or even your truck not starting, we can help.
Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel – Powering the RAM 2500 and RAM 3500
The Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel is the most powerful engine option for RAM 2500 and 3500 pickup trucks. Producing up to 385 horsepower and 900 pound-feet of clean diesel torque, this powerhouse helps RAM deliver best-in-class towing. Paired with the AISIN AS69RC six-speed automatic transmission, the Cummins-powered RAM 3500 boasts towing capacity more than 31,000 pounds.
This legendary engine provides unmatched fuel economy and class-leading 15,000-thousand-mile oil change intervals. That’s power and reliability you can always count on.
Cummins: To Get You From Start To Finish.
Cummins began building and developing diesel engines in 1919. Today, their engines serve as a platform for developing cutting-edge technology that maximizes fuel economy, minimize emissions, and deliver the power and dependability that Cummins operators expect.
Whether your Cummins Diesel engine is in a School Bus, Fire Truck, Delivery Van, Pick-up Truck or 18-Wheeler, at Mid Lane truck Repair in Eugene OR., we service them all from fleet accounts and municipalities to personal vehicles.